1. From the Editor: Contemporary Art and The #Blacklivesmatter Movement
  2. Chika Okeke-Agulu
  3. pp. 4-5
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  1. Through the Wire: Black British People and the Riot
  2. Eddie Chambers
  3. pp. 6-15
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  1. Meta Warrick Fuller’s Mary Turner: and the Memory of Mob Violence
  2. Caitlin Beach
  3. pp. 16-27
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  1. Faith Ringgold’s Die: The Riot and Its Reception
  2. Anne Monahan
  3. pp. 28-38
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  1. Vulnerable to Violence: Jeff Donaldson’s Ala Shango and the Erasure of Diasporic Difference
  2. Nicholas Miller
  3. pp. 40-47
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  1. Aesthetics of the Abstract and Explosive
  2. Julie L. McGee
  3. pp. 48-61
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  1. The Photographs of Mia Gröndahl
  2. Eddie Chambers
  3. pp. 62-75
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  1. From Artist to Martyr: On Commemorating Ahmed Basiony
  2. Dina A. Ramadan
  3. pp. 76-86
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  1. Producing the Common, Dak’art 2014: Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi in Conversation with Beth Hinderliter
  2. Beth Hinderliter
  3. pp. 88-93
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  1. Viyé Diba’s Tout Se Sait: The Affective Experience of Urban Life
  2. Joanna Grabski
  3. pp. 94-106
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  1. Trade Roots London (review)
  2. Anna Wallace-Thompson
  3. pp. 108-111
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  1. Owusu-Ankomah Microcron Begins (review)
  2. NJ Hynes
  3. pp. 112-115
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  1. Yema Djamila Sahraoui (review)
  2. Ahmed Bedjaoui
  3. pp. 116-117
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